Train Accident Attorneys in Minneapolis & St. Paul, MN
Experienced Minnesota Train Injury Attorneys
For many people, trains conjure up romantic images of exotic travel or some of the many songs written about them. But make no mistake: trains are large and powerful and can cause serious injury and often death when they hit a vehicle or a person.
Whether the accident occurred because the train didn’t whistle a warning enough in advance, an improperly functioning gate arm, or for some other reason, you may be entitled to be compensated for the loss you suffered for medical bills, funeral costs, lost income and future earning prospects, or other expenses related to the incident. This is why you need the trusted and experienced help of a Minnesota train accident personal injury lawyer at Sieben Edmunds Miller working for you.
Many Reasons a Train May Hurt or Kill People
There can be other reasons for a train accident beyond failing to warn as it is approaching a grade crossing, or the car or truck is stuck on a track.
Sometimes it is because the crossing gates are not operating properly. A broken track or faulty brakes also might cause the train to collide with a vehicle. There might be an issue of the train not being maintained properly or that the engineer fell asleep or was not paying attention. The engineer’s use of drugs or alcohol might play a role, as well. Any of these things can result in an accident. At Sieben Edmunds Miller, our train accident injury lawyers will investigate to determine precisely what happened and why the accident occurred.
Just as important, you always receive the advice you need to make many informed decisions that are involved with your case. You might be faced with having to make decisions in your case and we will tell you the expected outcome of each option. We will review the options and their expected outcomes so you can make correct decisions that work best for you.
You Need a Minnesota Train Accident and Personal Injury Lawyer Fighting for You
Train accidents can destroy lives. Frequently, the accident was not your fault but rather that of the railroad, engineer, or personnel maintaining the line. If you or a loved one has been involved in a train accident, you may be able to hold the railroad to accountable for their negligence. Learn more about your rights. Call a railroad accident personal injury lawyer at Sieben Edmunds Miller for a free consultation.